As part of the BID project “Freshwater biodiversity of the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe: Assessing conservation priorities using primary species-occurrence data”, this four-day workshop was held to train project partners in data sharing and preparation best practices.
The workshop was arranged and co-hosted with three other BID projects running within the Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe as well as the National Project being coordinated by Bindura University. 35 participants including staff from The Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe and lecturers in the National BID project from the Bindura University of Science and Technology attended this workshop.
- Introduction to Biodiversity Digitization projects
- Data cleaning options
- Taxonomy and Geography checks
- Introduction to publishing data on the IPT